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From Russia With Love

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2004-09-06
First edition UK hardcover (1957)
First Swedish edition (1958)
Swedish pocket edition (1966)
Swedish pocket edition (1984)
Every major foreign government has a file on James Bond, British secret agent. Now, Russia's deadly SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination - they have the perfect bait in ravishing agent, Tatiana Romanova. Her mission is to lure Bond to Istanbul and seduce him while her superiors handle the rest.
Year:
1957
ISBN:
N/A
Original price:
13 shilling 6(old) pence
Author:
Number of pages:
253
Weight:
N/A
Translated to Swedish by:
Lars Hansson
Dust jacket design by:
Richard Chopping
First released:
April 8, 1957
Released in Sweden:
January 7, 1958
Volume:
15 000 copies
Format:
Hardcover
Publisher:
Comments:
Characters:
- James Bond ... Hero
- Tatiana Romanova ... Bond girl
- Rosa Klebb and Red Grant ... Villains
- General G., Kronsteen and Krilencu ... Minor villains
- Darko Kerim ... Friend of Bond
- Vavra ... Friend of Bond
- Rene Mathis ... Friend of Bond
Locations:
USSR, London, Istanbul, Orient Express and Paris

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